New rules to ‘put the brakes on nuisance pedicabs’

Central London streets are set to be safer and calmer with new laws to end the ‘blight’ of unlicensed pedicabs.

27 Mar 2024 | More...

Hackney powers up electric vehicle charging network

The first of 2,500 new electric vehicle chargers in Hackney has been installed in Hoxton, as part of one of the country’s biggest rollouts of EV charging infrastructure. 26 Mar 2024 | More...

Resource helps to support teachers deliver road safety education

Road safety professionals across London are being encouraged to make use of a resource which can help upskill and empower those who support children across the education sector with the knowledge and skills to deliver road safety messages.

22 Mar 2024 | More...

THINK! launches first new seat belt campaign for 13 years

A new campaign to remind young men to ‘CLICK’ their seat belt in a bid to shift attitudes and save lives on roads across England and Wales has been launched by THINK!.

20 Mar 2024 | More...

Road Safety Trust announces details of next funding round

The Road Safety Trust has announced that its Spring 2024 Small Grants round will open on 21 March – with a webinar to support potential applicants taking place on 25 March.

13 Mar 2024 | More...

LRSC issues plea for help with future at risk

The London Road Safety Council (LRSC) is making an urgent appeal for help, with the future of the 108-year-old organisation at risk due to a lack of funding.

11 Mar 2024 | More...



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This article, written by Cllr Amy Foster, vice-chair of the London Road Safety Council, was first published by Local Government First.


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